Sweet Parkway Conversion.
rare panel! probably not military use because of emblems outside and lack of riveted on operation directions inside. green is close but not era olive drab. all panels had round wheelwells through the years. that’s how you can tell a panel that’s been cut for windows that has later dash and window openings in rear doors ect. try to save the floor mat part that says willys overland. its the rarest survivor.
Oh, and that 4 on the front must have been added, it was not made until 1951 I think. You have a “Go-Devil” 4 banger that puts out 63 HP. Note the Station Wagon’s 46 – 50 1/2 are also known as the 463 = 4 pistons and 63 HP.
Yes you have a Williys Overland Panel Wagon here. Back in the day Willys Overland made a kit for your wagon to add the rear windows. The reason is that the “Panel Wagon could drive into areas like loading docks and warehouses because it was a “Commercial” vehicle where the “Station Wagon” was to get the family around in. Willys Overland found out that many of the people driving the Panel Wagons also wanted to see out, and that they were also using them to get the family around so they made the kit that you have on your Wagon. Note that the grill you have is from 1946 to 1950 1/2. Also note that in 50 1/2 they went from the round rear fender wells to the square stile that was used for many years. Good luck with your baby, treat her well, she is VERY rare…
OKay, Dad…. Really? You find my blog, then you call Gim a name? See what i do to your plymouth…..
As your Brother Cody says…Its a crappy jeep..But we know different right…
This is my baby! I love this jeep so much. Still am not quite sure what year he is officially. But i still love him! Thanks for putting it up this page for me, Rachel. This website is amazing! Take care
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